Clutter Bears and Origami

In our last Bear blog you may have noticed that Little Ted was not in the photograph.  Actually he doesn’t like cleaning toilets anymore than John does, but Little Ted thinks he knows rather more interesting Japanese tidying techniques than cleaver clogs John.

So he sneeked off while the other bears were still tidying and did something much more creative with the spare toilet rolls.  Not a lot of bears know that Little Ted is a zen master in the art of origami.  Oh and he had a bit of help from MO !

Little Ted says  “It only took me a few minutes and it was a lot of fun making this paper rose.   I wonder if John had as much fun cleaning the toilets?”

If you have a better idea of what to do with spare toilet rolls, we bears would like to hear from you.   You can also tell George Simons, because although the bears liked his crash pad idea, bears really prefer catching fish.

There will be a copy of Walt Hopkins and George Simons’ book — “Seven Ways to Lighten Your Life Before You Kick the Bucket” — for the best ideas on de-cluttering.

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One Response to Clutter Bears and Origami

  1. davidwfreeman237 says:

    PHOOO! Bear comes to mind; why not write a book or life saga of what ones memories remind one of? All those places visited, all those people chatted to, and all that time travelling on a train,car, plane, ship talking to strangers, not forgetting those moments with MO, and the ”Teddies”.
    There are 6 teddies’s yes, so now we have had a personalised one for ”little ted’, one group tale, now another 5 to go?? Yes??

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